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and early to prevent the tremendous loss of life that follows the administration of president johnson and president nixon. bearing in mind as the americans died under nixon as did other jobs and. -- johnson. so my colleague wrote the best and the brightest at the wrong place at the wrong time and i did not necessarily agree with him that but i do now but even the extended effort could have forestalled the ultimate dash a list victory which would have meant the us a promise a of vietnam's at that time. that is the best i can do in the allotted time. >> we will wrap it up. >> we will be hitting around for a little while. [applause] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] >> jfk and the senate halfway through the president say. with the 50th anniversary of the kennedy assassination , was it a benefit to publish your book at this time or did it hurt? >> it was a mixed blessing of course, there was a tidal wave of interest but yet it's there was an avalanche of books for. it was almost a very crowded field parker the perfect world that may have come down at a different time but
. johnson with vietnam. nixon with watergate. force truncated presidency. jimmy carter's one term. the first bush one term. the second bush leaves under a cloud. so they look to two presidents to give them better hope in feeling about the government. first off, kennedy, reagan in this poll which kennedy had 85% approval, reagan had 74%. so people remember that kennedy -- yo he put a man on the moon, that he called his administration the new frontier. he has frozen our minds at the age of 46, and nobody could quite imagine if he walked into this room tonight, he would be 96 years old. it's 50 years later. but he is still young, vital, energetic, a celebrity, and exciting personnel. people are attached to that, and i think -- what comes to mind, my teacher was richard hofstetter, the great historian. and dick once said to me that america is the only country in the world that believes it was more perfect and strives for improvement. [laughter] and this is what in a since kennedy gives to people this day. i'd say one other thing, which is that the kennedys are a americans dynasty. not the roosev
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and moving to seattle, but mayor kevin johnson led the effort to find investors to match the offer. cory johnson shows us how a team of tech moguls has the kings poised to achieve great things. >> it is ripe with tech team owners. there's a new ownership group for the sacramento kings. >> i think of it as a social network. >> he is hoping it will turn around a moribund franchise. he is not going it alone. >> these are truly smart people. >> people like paul jacobs and chris kelly. >> this ownership group has the most patents. we might not have the most wins, but we have the most patents. >> chris mullin is his personal advisor. >> you have to have a lot of money to buy them. a lot of these guys are successful. they have money and they have passion. >> the kings pose a tough business problem. only 8 winning seasons. last season's attendance was the lowest in the league. one of the biggest tech titans of all tried to swoop in and buy the kings and move the team to seattle. but a group partnered with the city of sacramento and came up with a clever real estate deal to help keep the team in
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. the unforgettable comedy, "the hangover." now, nascar superstar jimmie johnson, of all people, is giving us his own crazy take on the movie. he and his buddies teamed up. great sense of humor. >> let me guess, this is coming up in "pop news"? >> i believe so. >> this is sunday, december 8th. good morning, everybody. >>> also coming up, beyonce and jay z going vegan. not without a few missteps. which we'll show you coming up. is this plant-based diet really the healthiest way to go? we'll talk about it coming up. >> raised eyebrows over that. >>> we're going to begin this half hour with the murder case that has stunned the nation. all eyes on a courtroom in montana tomorrow when a newlywed goes to trial for allegedly killing her husband. >> jordan lynn graham is accused of pushing her husband off a cliff eight days after tying the knot. she claims it was a terrible accident. and abc's aditi roy has more. >> reporter: 22-year-old jordan graham is fighting for her freedom as she prepares to go to trial for allegedly killing her husband of just eight days, cody johnson. newly released legal briefs givi
on johnson, and one of the things he talked about i find very interesting, is the transition of power from, of course, kennedy, to johnson, and the fact that was such a seamless transition because you had this horrible event, and suddenly -- and the government doesn't crumble. and of course, when that is going on, i, who lived in the 19th century, think about the lincoln assassination, and the transition at that particular time to another johnson, andrew johnson, from tennessee, who was put on lincoln's ticket in 1864 election. i don't think anyone would have thought -- maybe they did -- lincoln was always thinking more of the thought, understandably but that andrew johnson would be president, there was a great deal of talk he was drunk at the inauguration, so, there was a transition which was right after -- days after -- it's hard to imagine -- days after appomattox. days after the war, and some in the south were actually still fighting. they didn't want to stop fight, and andrew johnson is the next president, and a lot of knee. congress, called the radical republicans, they looked to joh
on sunday as zach johnson got the title and a playoff of woods and johnson both had 18 under par after four rounds and we report. >> reporter: tiger woods came close but not close enough. woods was paired with the fellow former masters champion zach johnson for the final round battle and it was the 18th hole after getting birdies on 16 and 17. zach johnson appeared to be finished after he put his approach shot in the water. but having taken a drop johnson produced this moment of magic. tiger needed par on the final hole. but he placed his second shot in the bunker. woods recovered to save par to force a one-hole playoff. woods and johnson would play 18 again and tiger found himself back in the same bunker. after zach johnson two putted for par, tiger needed to sink his par putt to force a second playoff hole but johnson completed the come back finishing four under on sunday and 13 under overall for the tournament. >> it's nice especially when it's my last tournament of the year and tiger played great and a couple putts here and there and the ones i missed he got and he is the host. >> it is
generations of bully took over the company by johnson i don't see 3 sons you again see here. johnny the latter he would lay off leave the company in 1987. now from 198 had the envelope of the 3 brothers francis the young gentleman in the center became the ceo of the company acting as president and developing. it's franciss pride not only in having lead bully to become a world luxury contraband by to have long been born one hundred years to the day part of emphasis grandfather's of the founder of bully. in 2011 bully became part of the luxury group. nonetheless they continue to be active within the group. carl and the other son continue as president and vice president and france sick as ceo of the entire watch division of the group. now surprisingly in the early days one would not find precious jewel as a superior manufacture and sold silver ware. this was virtual following in the family footprints tradition. so titus his father and grandparent had been skilled silver smiths as well as his ancestors who came from a small village in paris and that's in northern greece and albany and they had all
-american clergy and we're going to introduce now michael johnson with urban core. come on michael (clappin (clapping.) i have a few prepared remarks you know the rooerdz are able to a.d. live but i've got to write my stuff down so i can be clear. so i want to thank you all for coming out today to celebrate the grand opening of the mary rogers senior center. i was home last time and before i went to bed i was trying to put together the words to say. i thought about it for the last several months. and i decided to frame it with a couple of points of history in my life. the first thing when i i was a teenager and attended a career day in philadelphia and learned with r what an architect does. i realized immediately that's what i wanted to do and went home and told mom and dad. my schooling prepared me for the education but the passion for redeveloping neighborhoods you such as the western edition was god-given. it's been fulfilling over the last thirty years. the second point of my personal history is when we were asked by the members of this community to undertake the development of the fili
. good morning, chuck. >> veronica johnson and i in storm team center 4, tracking our first taste of winter weather since last maven. >> we want to tell you to stay off the roads unless you have to be on them. >> right. >> reports are coming in already just monitoring social media where snow has started and it's stopped and is starting up again. different story, though, out west, chuck, where it's been ongoing. >> a whole lot more of snow for our friends in northern maryland near interstate 81. current advisories and warnings. all of northern maryland, panhandle of west virginia and northern west virginia as well. a big change in weather depending on a small change in temperature. temperatures at or just above freezing in southern maryland. mid 20s in place across northern maryland and martinsburg, west virginia. if you look out your backyard thermometer and see a temperature in the 20s, you should expect two to three inches of snow or more. if you're 30 degrees or higher, it will be that mix we're fighting all day. we are snow to start pretty much everywhere. bigger problems the
.com. >>> tiger woods, zach johnson first playoff hole. you see them back on the fairway, both players. zach a little bit longer than he was the first time off the 18th tee and tiger in much better shape than he was. >> much simpler approach for tiger. >> zach virtually the same shot that he faced earlier. tiger being further back and first to play will have the chance to apply some pressure to zach. >> just the second playoff in the history of this event. this is the 15th year. that last playoff we had with graeme mcdowell and tiger was some doozie. see what we have in store here. >> 2010 tiger lost that one to graeme. >> it's been a while but we had 74 over there. a little different shot because it's down the hill, but you get a little feel for the shot. you know what i mean? you have five behind you at the backstop. >> joey said what they had at 9? that's been a long while. >> he said it was a little while ago. >> a little. noda, what do you think here? >> it's going to be a tiny little 7-iron. probably a little left to right, just split the left edge of the green to the hole and let it d
corporations it doesn't. >> health care manufacturer johnson & johnson will pay more than $2 billion to settle civil and criminal allegations. >> jon: i expect this from you jobson but not you johnson. [ laughter ] actually to be honest with you, i've not trusted johnson and jon since i tried to stop my child's crying but poring a bottle of their patented no more tears shampoo in his eye. did not work at all. there were still tears after i poured it in there. in fact, this may have exacerbated the situation. [laughter] what complex corporation scheme did they pull that allows them to escape full prosecution? >> they bribed doctors and pharmacies. they got them to prescribe drugs parly to the elderly, children and the decision abled despite health risks or a lack of scientific evidence showing any health benefits for patients. >> jon: holy (bleep). they knowingly bribed doctors to give useless drugs to old people, the disabled, and babies. you are not even allowed to do that in grand theft auto. [ laughter ] you know, i have a question. the question is: >> is anybody going to jail? >> jon: that
maybe conditional to approval or something like that. >> thank you chairperson johnson. actually the san francisco workers were included in the committee approval and it was an oversight that it wasn't included in the dda. >> thank you okay so great. so is that something that's just a simple edit? >> we'll include that in the preference so you have the certificate of preference category one and category 2 and category those who live and work in san francisco and then members of the general public. that was easy and of course all subjected to fair housing laws as well. >> okay. and i think i have one more but i'll open it up in anyone else for comments. >> i just want to add a comment your memory was right. and i'm glad that we can make that change to ensure that we have more housing opportunities for san francisco. >> okay. >> i'm very pleased to see that we've got such a robust affordable housing project so i'm very excited that this project is moving. >> so the university discussed and investigated a variety of development opportunities to partner with developers and given t
.s. government from president kennedy in particular and president john johnson made it their job to lobby to lobby with television and directives to shape the image coming out of vietnam and because of the nature there was never a declared war and there was a limited engagement beginning with advisors and then american troops and smaller groups finally becoming a large army of half a million. and this was never a conflict in which the u.s. government felt that it could impose the kind of censorship that was common in world war ii and korea and in that censorship, the journalists would be obligated to run photographs and written material and also publishers at home would be expected to take a patriotic look at what was going on or in overseas commitment. so when i go in 1962, i was joined by a group of american journalists who were very unique at that time. all of them graduates from ivy league universities and probably the first to actually enter the cross of news reporting and they took it as a much more pragmatic approach as to what was going on in vietnam, and it covered the civil righ
that make falls claims about their products. >> johnson & johnson will pay more than $2 billion to settle civil and criminal allegations. >> i expect this from you, johnson, but now -- but not you, johnson. actually, i haven't trusted johnson & johnson since i tried to stop my child's crying by pouring a bottle of their patented no more tears shampoo in his eyes. did not work. at all! >> now to jimmy kimmel. a new study about cursing caught their attention. >> a new study found that the state where people curse the most or they use the most profanity is ohio. i saw a local news broadcast out of akron this morning. i don't know, they might have the study right. >> yesterday was giving tuesday. dubbed the black friday of charitable giving. and the residence of akron came out in full force. [ beep ] yeah they d kelly has the report. >> james baker high school didn't have enough money to resod their. [ beep ] field. so they got together and did what he this do best, get [ beep ] done. it should be finished in time this weekend for the rebels to take on the [ beep ] from pierce. will they show
jimmie johnson is giving us his own taken to movie. >> this is in "pop news "? >> i believe so. >>> also coming up, beyonce and jay z going vegan. not without a few missteps. is this the healthiest way to go? >>> the murder kaz that's stunned the nation. all eyes on a courtroom in montana tomorrow when a newly wed goes to trial for allegedly killing her husband. >> jordan lynn graham is accused of pushing her husband off a cliff eight days after tying the knot. she claims it was a terrible accident. >> reporter: 22-year-old jordan graham is fighting for her freedom as he pshe prepares to o trial. a new look at how the two sides will make their cases. prosecutors say they were at glacier national park in july when the defendant pushed mr. johnson in the back with both hands. he fell face-first to his death. seeming to contradict the defense's side. >> she openly admits she took a dear friend from us, it boggled my mind. >> reporter: oust terns say they plan the prove that for nine days after johnson's death, graham went to great lengths to hide her crime from friends, family, and law enfo
. but we can offer tory johnson's huge "deals & steals" event. she'll be here all morning long. we have the biggest bargains ever for your holiday gift list. you have to order right away. >> we'll have that a little bit later. >>> we're going to start with our top story this morning. the latest on the massive trail derailment in new york. this is a live scene at the disaster scene outside the bronx. cranes have begun to lift the cars back onto the tracks. gio benitez is on the scene. good morning, gio. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. there you see it, cranes are hard at work right now, and so are investigators. abc news has learned that investigators will know today how fast this train was going and whether those brakes worked. overnight, cranes turned over the locomotive of the derailed train. the rest of it waiting to be lifted. the ntsb tweeting these photos of investigators retrieving the important black boxes. the data in each may show what led to the disaster that injured more than 60 and killed four. the dead i.d'd as 59-year-old james ferrari, 54-year-old donna smith, 3
company servers. write -- they write -- cory johnson in new york in -- joins us with more. what exactly does this mean. geo the lyrical issues, issues regarding other countries and leaders. there is what we do not know yet, the notion that he has so much more to release about this, that the government has not told us yet. i think fundamentally this is about a business issue come a u.s. companies trying to compete in the global i.t. market. there have been estimates about what the cost could be. they are only guesses. some companies have tried to look at this and figure this out. the company actually looked at this. they found 71% of the people polled said u.s. is a top cloud services provider but found evidence that european companies are targeting u.s. companies trying to gain market share. going forward, they have a multibillion-dollar cost on this that is an enormous number that they think as the business grows , and this is indeed a growing business, as it grows, more and more local businesses will to stew host cloud they'd -- caused they'd -- cloud-based offering. how believable is
discussion. >> i think i agree with president johnson that we should amend this, you know, and then want to make sure the community's properly involved in all the projects because we get a very injustice in the past, especially investor relation and i don't think it should happen again. thank you. >> okay. i have an actual question for the property manager plan. i want to continue this conversation, but want to make sure we're not leaving out questions about the actual property management plan. this is the first one -- there were a couple of which i thinks from some of the draft plans that i wanted to bring some attention to and just ask sort of like what was the model and do we think the state will accept some of these things. the first one is there were properties that are now being planned to be transferred to the city for governmental use that were /orpblly going to be sold in the open market and previous drafts, first one being building 218. originally the goal was to sell to private developer who would own and manage. tracy, can you just quickly discuss why the governmental use app
virginia from the office of small business. we have roger from the bar association. no carla johnson from the office of disability. -- we have carla johnson from the office of disability. i want to especially it acknowledge my colleague to help us get the resources and brought legal expertise to the table. i do not want to take too much of your time. thank you for coming. >> thank you, supervisor chu. i want to express my admiration for a supervisor chu's commitment to you. so, from our office, what we heard, many small businesses were receiving lawsuits regarding it the ada. tonight we will hear about the legal requirements, what has been in place. any small businesses that nderst informed as far as their obligations for the ada, there are the mechanisms to provide that information to you. so, we are tasked with providing the information. there have been about 300 small businesses that have received the lawsuits. knee individuals who use this mechanism and come up -- the individual to use this mechanism. while it is important to have ada access, but we want you to understand there are in
and my wife is here to firm. i want to start by acknowledging johnson and john they're great to be working with. we're looking forward to work further with them. of course, the mayor would like if johnson and johnson would most of their haubdz here. there are 3 people who have made in work my colleagues doug and brian. those two have made this happen to a round of applause for them (clapping.) but the third person who's been behind the screen pulling the strings that made this work on time we signed the leased in december of last year that's actually, the mayor of san francisco mayor ed lee. it's a delight to have him here and say a few words. mayor (clapping.) well rich thank you very much. i know you can't think of a better way to celebrate 10 years of having this open up to companies like g.e. coming hero to provide a lot of great equipment for start ups. i had my exposure to some of the folks. apprehending you're going to be able to wear a patch that tells us everything that's going ♪ our body. there's a virnd e vending machine you can find golf things in. it's incredib
. ♪ it mobilizes, it tranquilizes, it heals, and transforms. boswell is supposed to have said to dr. johnson, "i'm greatly affected by music. "some music will make me weep. "some music will make me feel so brav "i could march into the thick of a battle and not be scared of anything." johnson says dryly, "if anything could make me act so foolish, i would not have anything to do with it." [low hum and sticks clacking] [cultural music montage] (man) music has got an incredible power, presence. you know, sound is something that you can't escape when you're in its presence. [chanting and drumming] with music, there's no looking away. [spirited clarinet and guitar playing] that is part of the power of music. when you're near it, there's no escape. it can focus your attention on a particular ceremony for example. it can act as a kind of social glue that helps a ceremony to go on over the course of several days. it keeps people's attention focused. music can be used in a work situation. you can find examples of that in africa where people are working in a field. let's say that they are planting millet o
johnson hit one. this is his 4th shot for an impossible par. tiger saved par, but johnson had the momentum with that shot. they play the 18th hole again. tiger needs this par to stay alive. you never miss. he misses that put. johnson won a million dollars. that it for this edition of sports wrap. >>> coming up tonight a generous so suprise at a bay area wall wal-mart. >> we tracked down the goods to find out how this could happen. >> my hands were. >> we ask why he's still on the job. >>> an old unsafe
and following this. >> it's big news for today, bruce johnson, not a surprise, but certainly interesting to everybody who lives in the district and watches district politics. bruce, thanks for that report. >> can't say what it is. i don't know if it's because of hard times, but to arrive from the poll, it's cruddy. >> the salvation army bell ringers were back on the streets today trying now to make up for the estimated 0,000 stolen from the organization's headquarters in anacostia early sunday. the burglars were caught on tape, which is just one of the leads metropolitan police are looking on right now. scott broom is following up on this heartbreaking disaster suffered by the organization that wants to be doing the most good at this ti of year. >> metropolitan police have not yet released this video and while they continue to investigate, the salvation army and the bell ringers got back to work today. bells ringing more urgently than ever now in washington after the early sunday morning burglary at the community center at 23 00 martin luther king avenue. the targeted the kettle proce
johnson. >> hey, good -- good morning, everybody. veronica johnson joins me here in storm center 4 first thing this morning. already snowflakes spotted outside of our window. >> really around much of the area. and reports are coming in fast as we heard angie say on social media. that's what i've been monitoring. i'll give you a tour around the area, who has what and a lot of pictures coming in. >> if you're participating in our social media today, which we hope you will, send us facebook or twitter picture, don't forget to tell us where the picture is taken. we have a couple of pictures but don't know where they're from. advisories in southern maryland, prince george's county, district in arlington county, higher shaded pink counties here, winter storm warnings. there could be more in the way of accumulating snow and ice problem. current temperatures way below freezing, northern maryland in the shenandoah valley. storm team 4 radar. getting specific reports? >> that's right, roads are starting to get bad. that's what a lot of folks are telling us, even around areas of loudoun county. som
with johnson the third. so it's like a history lesson of british history. it was bought by a very extravagance clerk for his wife barney baron richie and it has a italian descendent. here's him and his wife at acting pock. now as this particular one divides into 3 sections. you can wear it as a short necklace as a chokerer or as a bracelet so one jewel goes a long way. it's interesting to see the relationship between jewels and other art forms. and for example here i know that if one looks if one questions why bully coin jewels so successful at the time i think they embrace the spirit of the moment and not surprisingly the success of counsel jewels was with the post modern architecture. and interesting both reference the past in a modern structure in a similar way and you can go precious this by comparing this sleek modern brass les let with 3 bronze rosen coins. their famous with you the at&t building by architect phillip johnson in manhattan whereby the skyscraper ends with a reference to a classic greek. so inserting the reference of the past in sleek modern sooebts. now the gas setting is
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kind of holiday >>> good afternoon, i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. another night of freezing temperatures for parts of the bay area. this icy weather apparently now killed six people. the latest deaths in hayward is believed to be from hypothermia. the coroner has not yet confirmed that. >> it's been so cold, pg&e has seen record breaking demands for gas. the entire bay area, excludeing san francisco is in a freeze warning tonight. >> it's quite a cold snap. third night we've had a freeze warning. clear skies across the bay area now, we've had a lot couple days and this morning we've had low temperatures down to 19 degrees in clear lake and novato. very, very cold. and over remainder of the bay area, it was cold as well. san jose, a low of 25, which is a record low for the date in san jose. now, take a look at the freeze warning again, covering all of the bay area except city of san francisco this, is in effect from 10:00 tonight until 9:00 in the morning. look for subfreezing temperatures, lows down near 20 degrees. exposed pipes could burst under the conditions and there is
. . . money." go to "lunch i am adam johnson. nelson mandela is a name recognized all over the world and will likely written in the history books for generations. a freedom fighter who emerged to revolutionize a country in south africa. as you know, he died last night. he was 95 years old. >> a free man taking his first steps. from prisoner to president, nelson mandela's 1990 release from jail signaled the end of south africa's racist policy and he would go on to become the country's first truly democratically elected leader. >> the faithful for the republic of south africa. to ae in a small village local chief, mandela was one of 13 children and a first member of his family to attend school. in the 1940's, he began opposing the white minority's i'll see of apartheid, laws that segregated and made colored south africans second -- second-class citizens. at first, mandela was inspired by gandhi's approach of nonviolent resistance. as white south africa became more aggressive, so did he. as the head of the armed wing of the national international he was arrested and tried in 1
jose, california. i am emily chang. i'm here with cory johnson. and we also have jon erlichman. we have been learning a lot about e-mail. it has been exciting day. john donahoe is that ceo. yeah. it is like a smackedown between ebay and amazon. it is a minority of their business, action. -- auction. applicable be entertaining and enlightening for people. they will learn about a lot of things. >> we will talk about that would john donahoe. we will also learn about the ebay moonshot business. it is the same day delivery business. it will get to you within an hour. i have got these gloves. >> styling gloves. >> it was cold this morning. the payment business, that is a monster of a business. billions of transactions every quarter. it is growing at double-digit rates. >> you go very in depth on some of the innovations they are working on at ebay. you are inside the commerce and innovation showcase. what is that about? >> this is a place where they try to explain to their many retail partners with the technology behind ebay allows for these retailers to do in their stores. we know that paypal
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